Can't decide if it wants to be scary or funny. Ends up being neither.
I've seen some great films by Christopher Nolan, but this isn't one of them. It starts off as a slowly-paced and thoughtful piece on what it means to be human and how people react if they are confronted with dire situations. This part is thought-provoking and conveys the emotions of the main characters well, although it is a little too long.
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It's always great to see Peter and David Paul fighting, grunting and wisecracking their way to this movie. The dragon looks like Barney the Dinosaur's evil twin and the plot is rather thin, but that doesn't matter at all. Don't take this one too seriously, just sit back and have a blast.